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Exploring Women's Bridge

This unique bridge was built by the famous Spanish architect Santiago Calatrava, and got its name because many streets in the Puerto Madero district have women's names. It is a great spot from where to enjoy the view after having enjoyed a nice steak dinner at one of the many restaurants in the area.


Accommodations near Women's Bridge

There is a range of options for all travelers. The most popular hotel in Capital Federal District is the Che Juan Hostel BA, which has been booked 5 times from our Hotels.com verified guests. Our guests also highly recommended Faena Hotel - Master Suite Residence in Capital Federal District as it has been reserved 5 times.


Sightseeing near Women's Bridge

- Luna Park


Luna Park is a historic stadium located downtown, that offers some of the best sports events and concert shows in town. It is a memorable place in Argentina's history; It’s here where Evita Duarte met Juan Perón and Diego Maradona, the beloved soccer player had his 1989 wedding party.


- Costanera Sur Ecological Reserve


The huge nature reserve is very popular with locals and visitors, especially on the weekends where people come to walk around or enjoy a picnic. If you like bird-watching, then you will especially enjoy this visit, since you can bring your binoculars and view over 300 bird species, as well as river turtles, iguanas and nutria. Tours are offered on weekends, as well as monthly Friday night full moon tours.


Transportation near Women's Bridge

The best way to get around in this city is through the metro, known as the "subte", it is the fastest and cheapest option. You will find that the metro is pretty extensive and easy to use. Another option are buses.